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Fourth Eminently Success
Black Face Festival
The Laugh Trust
pfl pean Nove
if. Hi Staged bv James Gorman,
of Minstrel Entertai:
W H Offering a Colossal Progr
Sj Pageant First Part, An 0
IH - Worth and a Musical Com
. preted by a Com
, j White Artisti
-) The Great Geor
- 1 Versatile Jimr
.. - Seats on Sale at
gB Seen* From "THE AVIATOR!
K' pieces With GUS HILL'S MIN
IBS ENUMERATORS REQUIRE!
E3H Washington, Jan. 2.?An army o
^^Br,000 enumerators will begi
H^Bomptly at 9 o'clock tomorrow th
iBBWbrk of counting the men, wome
09GBd children of the United States an
I-"Collecting certain informatio
>ut the resources of the countrj
b taking of this census, the foui
nth in the history of the nation, i
lected to require only about tw
?ks, but figures showing the tots
relation probably wili not be avail
e until the end of April.
[ Special Commission,
workers will sajly forth with
tfolio, especially prepared, and
SHj^Jmission signed by Sam L. Roger;
glf of the bureau.
H^Hhe count is expect- 1 to show
Amotion of from 107,000.000 t
SffiMoOO.OOO. as comprred with 03,
nfflooo in 1910. The estimated pop
KSS^Bon on July 1, 1910, was 106,
HH^Brds w'U b? collected by 372 su
BgHHtors a-d fo-wa'-ded to hsn-^uir
^HB^Bwherr-e4erks will be en
tabulation wo-k. Total
ffinH'.li t ' 'he item* on the card
Iiclr p*5. Officials expect to bi
o m ? a pre'iminavy e?timat<
n- "' t'on of the ! r?:e" ci'if:
of March, but return;
e r?u :trv districts will .not b:
' -nti! later.
c: 'U5 includes tie collecting
a r "a m;, manufacture's, for
< Toduction, in addition U
fe " a ion of n^rsons.
- > th decennial census i?
-)2 taken during the win
BBBBaM While severe weathei
in some sections
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--- ? feji
iful Tour of the V r?. r???
: in Ethio- l^jSpSTj
:hies i m
the Master Mind ||
am Including a j
lio of Exceeding <
edy Revue Interhed
All ~ /
' 50 I til
ge Wilson If if
the Laughing Hit of All A'terSTRELS
at the OPERA HOUSE
lJ J - J il
rn? cnange wa? mnu? iu uruci w
> the enumeration might be complet
before the election primaries of t
f summer season. For the first tin
n also, women have been employed
e supervisors. The maximum g?y i
n lowed by law is four cents par p<
d son, with a higher rate for farm lar
n Congress appropriated $22,000,0
T- for the work.
The first census taken in 1790 di
s ing the administration of Geor
o Washington, showed the populati
d of the new republic to be 3,000,00C
.LLGS.S IIT HOGS
Clemson College, Novembera
Necrobaci!lc?i; is a name that d
icribe* various con.ii ion; which ms
be pre cnt due to the introduction <
a micro-organism or germ known
I'ccrophorus bacillus. Thh orronis
? i at all times. It is four
ehiofly in thr? f'.>ct\>. thin co'itTjin
ting the premises on which 'he ar
mals are kept.
Xocro ie stomatitt , or. critic ar
dermatitis arc the mo t com/non di
(.i va pro luce 1 by 1:ii ; organi ;m. ar
pig.-, arc co.nmo llv affected by or
of the above di^ns ? *, say? the V'o
s -.nary Division ''he di eas" vms
s cour e of from two to five days *.nz
' become hcronic.
In necrotic stomatitis ulcers r.i:
- be seen on Ihe gums, cheeks, tongu
? and hard nala'e. These ulcers ai
s very small and reddish at first; 1;
- t.er they become blui-h in the cente
an:! then turn white. At (his s'age tl
' iurface of the ulcer begins 'o slouj
an.! or. opening1 the mou h of an a
> fee e ! animal a very offensive ocn
h in evidence. The animal's mouth
u -.ually ;o verv ;ore that it will e;
> vrry uti 10. n at ail. 11 win very ottc
be seen chopping it mow'h in 1
*00 !. b'-if <lccs not ea . The ulcei
. may become vr>ry iavre in a few day
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WILSON SIGNS BILL
TO CONTROL SUGAR
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wasnington, dan. ?.?ricuuim
Wilson has signed the McNary bill
continuing the United States sugar
equalization board throuhg 1920. It
was announced today at the White
, House that his signature had been attached
before midnight last night.
Secretary Tumulty, in making the
announcement, issued this statement;
"The president has signed the sugar
control bill. The bill confers discretion
on the president in the matter
cf p ir^ha i -v; "
I doubtful whether it will be practicaI
ble or \<'ise for the president to exerjcise
the power conferred so far as
I the purchase of su^ar is concerned."
Some of the Cuban sugar has already
been purchased and there is no
central control over sugar in Cuba as
there was Inst year, and it might,
therefore,ybe impossible for the gove
nment new to "step in and purchase
the sugar without increasing the price
lo the consumer. The bill, however,
continues the licensing power also and
'h'.r power may be used to assist in
controlling the profiteering among
distributors. Much (Suban sugar is
coming ha now and the indications ar^
that prices have reached their peak
and that there will be a tendency for
prices to fail in the next few weeks.
Acting as a distributing agency
At or the French Government, Colonel
ed T. E. Wyke, U. S. Army Recruiting
he Officer, Savannah, Ga., is issuing to
le, former soldiers of the American Exas
peditionary Forces an eloquent trial
bute to the Americans who fought on
;r- French and Gsrmun soil in the World
id. War. It had been issued by the
00 trench Government that this memorial
should be presented to the Ameriir
can Expeditionary Forces before they
ge left France, but it was not ready irt
on ;me to be given to all. However, de
'teimirel that our men who fought
overseas should know that the Frsnch
Government appreciated their sacrifices,
their heroism and their achievee_
ments, it has requested that the mem?
orial be oresented to them individuxy
ally. Soldiers and former soldiers of
as the American Expeditionary Forces
m can obtaii a copy of the memorial 'at
l(j Thj Army Recruiting Station, P. 0.
a_ Bldg., Greenwood, S. 0.
,j_ The French Government regrets
that the supply of this pamphlet is
so small that it cannot be distributed
generally, for it contains abundant
1(i i.oof that France as a nation and the
le French as individuals appreciate in
all measure the glorious record of
a .nerican Arms in the war on Pru^ty
jianism. rihe Pamphlet is a brief
history of what Americans did on the
iy o.her side. It includes, also, intere>
csting figures as to the devastation
re w.'ought by the invading enemies and
;i_ of the great financial and commerTt
.?.\ losses inflicted upon the land of
rh Even though it involves a little
f_ trouble, every reader who is entitled
ir J receive osie oi these pamphlets is
is urged to obtain one, for as time goes
It O , . i ?' C - ' J' I
.n come scarcer. This souvenir will pro
t> | own to posterity as a mark of your
rs I service to the Nation during the
s J World War.
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i Tsxm Or Tax?i.
I Dearborn Independent.
A very large part of the high cost
. of living is taxes?pure and simple.
; It iiTwhat we are paying for the war.
s The producer of raw materials^
' must pay a tax on his profits and adds
! not only the tax but a profit on the
/amount paid in taxes and passes -it
iong to the manufacturer, who in
. ' urn must pay a tax on what he makas
nd adds it to his cost. The manufacturer
adds a profit to this: also to
. lhe amount paid for the tax part of
. his raftv materials, and passes it along
i 'o the jobber, tax multiplied on tax.
The jobber repeats the operations
. -nd passes his tax to the retailer who
, hoves it on to the ultimate consum;
:r, collecting not only his own tax,
it the taxes of the three who had a
, whack at it before he did.
, There are many contributing causes
, o high costs, but one good place to
begin work on them is in congress.
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| \ The Larg<
S^Ef1 JACK KENNEI
li William Hallett
III IIE^iwIy James Brady
111 mil Carl Graves
1* == JWI Eddie Gallaghei
<n - I J Simon Denys
Sr? \ Jigger Marr
^fev Bob Western
I' J. Francis Riley
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"DIAMOND DYE" OLD
GARMENTS LIKE NEW
An^r woman can dye faded, shabby
wearing apparel, whether wool, silk, rotton,
linen or mixed goods to any color,
just like new, by following simple directions
in each package of "Diamond Dyes.'
You No Doubt A
Success can be yours. I
?[ new year in securing a goo
j! be ready to hold a good po
|| Year rolls around.
Our New Term starts on
f1 us in regard to course and
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,s being paid oul
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may deposit froi
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Jan. btn II
*reat Big Night cf . I ?gj j
ntire Season. jj
zsl Gathering of
Celebrities Ever M|
J in one Company S i .
)Y LEE EDMONDS i 1
DY WILLING M ?. Herbert
Willison j S [
Frank Br en nan 3 j:
r Harry Harvey
John Clooney , ?
Fred Freddy HI
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>eitra under the Direction
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BIG STREET PARADE. , Ip
iifimir t mi iiimnn 11 n in nmiii|ii mi nui iiiiwi???iiniwiwii?iiiii>ii^]r
ispire to Succeed j
f you will spend part of, the II
d business training you can |
sition before another New
January 5. Will you write
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6LLEGE, Asbeville, N. 6.
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